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Nebo Viewer for iPhone and compatible devices

Nebo Viewer is a handy free companion app that gives read-only access to your Nebo library on your iPhone. Search your library, copy/paste content into other apps, and even export pages, ready to share. You need to purchase either the Full Pack or Connect Pack from the Nebo Store on your iPad in order to use the iPhone Viewer app.

Note: You'll need access to the internet, cloud sync, and a free MyScript account to access your notes in Nebo Viewer. If you need to create a MyScript account, go to Settings in Nebo or visit nebo.app

To get started:

  1. Download the Viewer app from the App Store 
  2. Start the app.
  3. Sign in to Nebo Viewer with your MyScript account. 
  4. Connect to your cloud storage service to sync your notes to your iPhone. You will need to be connected to the same cloud account on your iPad.
  5. You can now start using Nebo Viewer for iPhone

The app is available from the App Store for iPhones and is compatible with the following versions of iOS:

iOS is compatible with these devices:

Device ModelDevice specifications 
iPhone 11Specifications
iPhone 11 ProSpecifications 
iPhone 11 Pro MaxSpecifications
iPhone XSSpecifications
iPhone XS MaxSpecifications 
iPhone XRSpecifications
iPhone XSpecifications
iPhone 8Specifications
iPhone 8 PlusSpecifications 
iPhone 7Specifications
iPhone 7 PlusSpecifications
iPhone 6sSpecifications
iPhone 6s PlusSpecifications
iPhone SESpecifications
iPod Touch (7th Generation)Specifications

iOS 14 is compatible with these devices

Device modelDevice specifications
iPhone 12Specifications
iPhone 12 ProSpecifications
iPhone 12 Pro MaxSpecifications
iPhone MiniSpecifications


To learn more about Nebo Viewer’s features and settings, see the Nebo Viewer FAQ page.

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